SRI LANKA TAIL WAGS TO KEEP HOSTS IN THE HUNT

GALLE: Lanka/' title='Sri Lanka News'>Sri Lanka tail-enders Niroshan Dickwella and Suranga Lakmal staged a late fightback to prevent Zealand/' title='New Zealand News'>New Zealand from gaining the upper hand in the first Test in Galle. The pair put on an unbeaten 66 for the eighth wicket to halt an alarming slide and help the home side to 227 for seven at the close on day two, a first-innings deficit of just 22.New Zealand had resumed on 203 for five with Ross-taylor/' title='Ross Taylor News'>Ross Taylor on 86, but contrived to lose their remaining...

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